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NFF 2016 National Congress

The National Farmers’ Federation 2016 Congress will bring together leading representatives from the Australian agriculture supply chain including farmers, industry and government.

The Congress theme Australian Farmers Embracing Digital Innovation will examine:

  • advances in robotic technology;
  • precision agriculture;
  • investment in innovation;
  • the political perspective;
  • infrastructure investment;
  • the relationship between Australia and China; and,
  • competition in the global marketplace. 

It will explore how science is driving innovation, and what this means for the agriculture sector in Australia and on the global stage.

Event Details
  • When Wednesday, 26th October 2016
  • Time 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Entry Farmers $390, Corporate/ Government $1150 (early bird $950)
  • Venue Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) Arena
  • Location AIS, Leverrier Street, Bruce ACT 2617

Andrew Forrest - Chairman, Fortescue Metals Group

Anthony Pratt - Executive Chairman, Visy

Major General the Honourable Michael Jeffery - Former Governor-General of Australia

Rob Hall - General Manager, Bayer Australia

Tim Hart - CEO, Ridley Corporation

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Register to attend

For more information, or to register, please visit the official website

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